Days after the overall science query paper leak of the Class 10 state board examination, the Assamese paper has additionally been leaked, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma mentioned on Thursday night.
Mr Sarma has suggested the Board of Secondary Training, Assam (SEBA) to cancel the examination and reschedule it.
“It has been delivered to my discover that the arrested accused centre in-charge of Luhit Khabalu HS Faculty has, throughout interrogation, confessed of leaking Assamese paper as nicely.”
It has been delivered to my discover that the arrested accused centre incharge of Luhit Khabalu HS Faculty has, throughout interrogation, confessed of leaking Assamese paper as view of this, I’ve suggested SEBA to reschedule Assamese examination additionally.
— Himanta Biswa Sarma (@himantabiswa) March 16, 2023
“In view of this, I’ve suggested SEBA to reschedule Assamese examination additionally,” Mr Sarma mentioned in a tweet.
The examination for the Fashionable Indian Language (MIL), which is Assamese, was scheduled for March 18.
In the meantime, Training Minister Ranoj Pegu mentioned the examinations for the Assamese paper in addition to different MIL topics stand cancelled.
“SEBA has knowledgeable me that as suggested by HCM @CMOfficeAssam, the examination of all MIL topics, together with English (IL) of HSLC scheduled for 18 March, will probably be rescheduled. The brand new date will probably be introduced tomorrow,” he tweeted.
In Karbi Anglong, West Karbi Anglong and Dima Hasao districts, college students research English (in lieu) as a substitute of MIL Assamese.
The overall science query paper of the Class 10 matriculation examination was leaked on Sunday evening, and the examination scheduled on Monday was cancelled thereafter.
In accordance with a SEBA notification, the examination for the topic will now be held on March 30.
Earlier within the day, Mr Sarma had conceded within the meeting that the overall science query paper leak episode was a “failure” of his authorities.
“I’m unhappy to tell that one college’s centre in-charge and three different academics are the principle culprits.
“The matric paper leak shouldn’t have occurred. It exhibits our failure. I settle for my failure,” Mr Sarma advised the Home.
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